Read how solar saved a construction time lapse camera project. The video was used to create teasers for those looking to visit the new training center.
The Livermore Training Center time lapse project achieved its objective of elevating the awareness and interest of international customers to attend the new facility for support and training. Topcon has installed an additional two cameras to capture and promote another expansion project on the campus.
Our customer, Douglas MacAyeal, a Glaciologist/professor at the University of Chicago, used BlinkX (now UpBlink) in a project that studies surface melting and climate change effects on the George VI Ice Shelf located on the Antarctic Peninsula. Here is the incredible story of his team’s journey and how BlinkX with a custom power supply and HERO7 were part of the process to document their progress autonomously for two years!
Passive homes are much more numerous in Europe than they are in the U.S., but awareness is growing. The passive home Adams + Beasley is building in Acton, Massachusetts was designed by architects at ZeroEnergy Design.
CamDo customer, Metropolis Visual needed to mount the cameras as high as possible to capture all the activities, but placing the cameras was a challenge. Since a small part of the building wouldn’t be demolished, they were not able to drill holes in the building.
When it comes to capturing daily status information, the CloudX Time Lapse Platform is perfect for all of your time lapse creation needs. The CloudX platform allows for integration with leading construction management software platforms, automatic upload to the cloud, and added flexibility. Here are three important reasons why you need to make this platform a purchasing priority before you start your next project.
If you’re choosing a solar-powered construction time lapse camera, there are many things you need to look for to get the equipment that will serve you the best. In general, you’ll want camera equipment that will meet your requirements at a low cost of ownership. And, if you’re deploying a camera in an area where there is no convenient power source, you’ll want solar-powered equipment. Here are the things you need to look for to get the best match.
This is the first in a series that will cover the most important Do’s and Don’ts for construction time lapse photography. Time lapse photography in the construction industry can have many uses, from marketing videos to site monitoring. These simple strategies will help you make the best use of time lapse for your company.
There are plenty of benefits of a construction time lapse video for businesses and construction managers. It’s a cost-effective measure that presents construction companies in a better light to clients and other viewers.